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Texas faces new concerns over power grid burdens as crypto miners flood in

Texas has been a major destination for Chinese crypto miners, leading to concerns that Bitcoin mining may be unduly burdening the state’s power grids. Read the article here: Texas Faces New Concerns
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Con Edison Boosts Commitment to Clean-Energy Future

Consolidated Edison Inc. plans to reach net-zero carbon emissions from its own facilities and operations by 2040. Read the article here: Con Edison Clean-energy
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Northeast utilities are spending billions on resilience, and the investments are paying off

Read this article, the third in a three-part series from Utility Dive, which explores the grid reliability challenges that different U.S. regions face and how the electric sector is adapting. Northeast Utilities
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Forget $100, Options Traders Now Betting On Oil Prices Hitting $200

Some speculative traders are now betting on the options market that oil could exceed $100 a barrel by the end of this year and even hit a record $200 per barrel by the end of 2022. Read more here: https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Forget-100-Options-Traders-Now-Betting-On-Oil-Prices-Hitting-200.html
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Honeywell enters energy storage market, teams with Duke to test 12-hour flow battery tech

Honeywell is entering into the energy storage market with the announcement of a flow battery technology that can store and dispatch electricity for up to 12 hours. Read more here: Honeywell - Energy Storage Market
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Winds of Change: Improvements for wind energy production

Using a two-phase simulation model to simulate diurnal and seasonal wind speed variations, researchers from China and the United States developed the seasonal adequacy assessment procedure, which offers valuable insight into wind energy development and production. https://techxplore.com/news/2021-10-energy-production.html
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Could Rooftop Solar Really Provide Enough Electricity For The Entire World?

An international team of researchers has determined that if every available rooftop was equipped with solar panels, they could generate enough electricity to power the world. Read the article here: Rooftop Solar
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National Grid looks to test a novel load-shifting technology: Frozen peas

National Grid is looking to test an artificial intelligence software platform designed to lower refrigeration energy use during peak demand periods, thereby reducing costs and easing stress on the electrical grid. Read the article here: Load Shifting Technology
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With huge grid infrastructure investment looming, NextEra, PG&E offer lessons on the key role of ESG

Investing in ESG is necessary, and making it a core business improves customer experiences, creates industry leadership, and drives growth for shareholders. Read more here: The Key Role of ESG
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10 Largest Solar Projects Completed in the U.S. so far in 2021

The following article lists the 10 largest utility-scale solar projects completed in the first half of 2021, based on S&P analysis. https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/solar/10-largest-solar-projects-completed-in-the-u-s-so-far-in-2021/
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